The number of steps per mile depends on the individual, but a typical number is between 2,000 and 2,500 steps. For a person who is five feet nine inches tall, the average number is 2,186. For a person who is five feet fo... More »

The average person's walking stride covers about 2 1/2 feet, according to the Walking Site, so each mile requires about 2,000 steps, meaning 10,000 steps equals about 5 miles. Stride length depends on the physical statur... More »

There are 5,280 feet in 1 mile. One can make this calculation by knowing the number of yards in a mile and then converting yards to feet. More »

The number of city blocks that equal a mile is different in each city. Because there is no standard length of a city block in the United State, blocks vary in length across the country. More »

There are 5,280 feet in 1 mile. One can make this calculation by knowing the number of yards in a mile and then converting yards to feet. More »

Assuming one considers the end zones and sidelines part of the football field, about five laps around the field would equal 1 mile. More accurately, 1 mile is equal to approximately 4.96 laps around the exact perimeter o... More »

There are approximately 2,000 steps in one mile. This is based on the fact that the average person's stride length is 2.5 feet long. The average sedentary person takes 1,000 to 3,000 steps a day. More »